Some New Stuff

November 18th, 2011

Latest Artwork


Bernadine with her painting around a dancing ceremony. This can be understood by the feathered ropes that are used for dancing. It has soft qualities for a black and white painting. stretched and ready to hang both vertically and horizontally.  Acrylic on canvas, 90cmx55cm.

Some new works from Audrey.

November 18th, 2011

There is a new collection of works 110×70 cm that can be hung both vertically and horizontally in striking and traditional designs. These are all acrylic  on good quality canvas stretched by a professional in the field, Alexi Alexi.

Priced $675 per work

Marjorie Witjwara Taylor – Two Sisters, Two Brothers

November 18th, 2011

acrylic on canvas – stretched and ready to hang.
90×40 cm

Again the story is told of the men who went out in search of women to whom they were married as they had run away. unable to find them with human powers the men used their magical to turn to snakes to look for the wives.


Sisters and the snake – Marjorie Witjwarra Taylor

November 18th, 2011

acrylic on canvas
65×80 cm
Ernabella, South Australia
$275 - unstretched

This painting expresses the story of 2 sisters who married two brothers but found them unworthy and as a result they flee. The men change into 2 snakes and commence the search. The sisters are found and are killed by the snake. Clearly  leaving a relationship is discouraged and can have consequence.


Priscilla Nakamarra Escobar, Hunting Stories

November 17th, 2011

Dimensions: 120×77 cms
Medium: acrylic on canvas
Description: This painting tells of the foods that can be found around Central Australia. the vines that separate the two shades of orange are native plums. the two areas show that the men go to other places to hunt and leave the women closer to the community.Price: $700

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